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Mayor Bass’ Housing Program Focusing on Encampments Launches in Venice – NBC Los Angeles

A program announced by Mayor Karen Bass in an effort to provide housing for people living in encampments is being implemented in Venice, officials announced Wednesday. The program, called the Inside Safe Initiative, will work to identify the “highest need encampments” that have a chronic and high demand for services, according to an executive directive […]

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LA Mayor Launches Homeless Encampments Program – NBC Los Angeles

Mayor Karen Bass signed an executive directive Wednesday aimed at changing the city’s approach to homeless encampments. In one of her first official acts as mayor, Bass’ executive directive launches the Inside Safe Initiative. The program seeks to proactively bring unhoused residents indoors and prevent sidewalk encampments from returning. Her office described it as a […]

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LA Mayor Bass to sign affordable housing executive order

Mayor Bass to sign affordable housing executive order In her first day in office, she declared a state of emergency on homelessness. LOS ANGELES – Tackling homelessness has been the top issue for Los Angeles’ new mayor, Karen Bass. On her first day in office, she declared a state of emergency on homelessness in California’s […]

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L.A.’s Newly-Inaugurated Mayor Karen Bass Declares State of Emergency on Homelessness | News & Community

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Karen Bass, in her first official act as mayor of Los Angeles, declared a state of emergency on homelessness Monday in an effort to underscore the severity of the housing crisis in the nation’s second largest city. Bass signed the declaration inside the city’s Emergency Operations Center in a room designated […]

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What to Know About the Inauguration of Karen Bass as LA Mayor – NBC Los Angeles

What to Know The inauguration of Karen Bass as LA’s next mayor is scheduled for Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The former Congress member and state Assembly speaker is the first Black woman elected to the LA mayor’s office. Vice President Kamala Harris will deliver the oath of office. Karen Bass […]

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La Mayor and Mayor-Elect Prepare for Inauguration – NBC Los Angeles

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Karen Bass says her term as LA mayor won’t be continuation of Garcetti administration

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — When Los Angeles Mayor-elect Karen Bass asked members of the Garcetti administration to stay on through April because of the short transition, some saw it as a sign that little will change at City Hall. Bass told Eyewitness News that’s far from the truth. She just doesn’t want any city services […]

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Los Angeles Mayor-elect Karen Bass to be inaugurated on Dec. 11

Mayor-elect Karen Bass announced that her inauguration ceremony is set for Dec. 11 at Los Angeles City Hall. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. for the Sunday event, which will be held on the Spring Street steps of City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. “At the ceremony, Bass will take the oath of office and will […]

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Karen Bass, Juan Ciscomani among the history-makers of the 2022 midterm elections | #elections | #alabama

CNN  —  As midterm results continue to roll in days after Election Day, Democratic and Republican candidates have already been celebrating historic victories. Heading into Election Day, both parties were looking to diversify their ranks of elected officials, both in Congress and beyond, and they appear on track to do so. House Republicans will add […]

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